|Texture and Granulation (Em047) - Pangea|
EP from Pangea on the Electronic Musik label. Pangea works with harsh sounds giving it a floating and hypnotic sense. The collaborative nature of spanish composer Juan Antonio Nieto has taken him into different journeys. What happens when the continental drift process suffers inversion? The union of intangible terrains is becoming more clear each second. At this point, we know that language is truly unstable and absolutely turbulent...
Keywords: amm; noise; fonik; avant garde; music concrete; electronica; stockhausen; aphex twin; sound collage; electronic musik; electronic music; sound art; musique concrete; soundscape; spacescape
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|The 16,370th Character (Em070) - undRess Beton|
undRess Beton is Jaan Patterson http://www.myspace.com/undressbeton http://www.myspace.com/electronicmusiklabel
Keywords: undress beton; surrealist; electronic musik; electronic music; ambient; noise; music concrete; amm; stockhausen; dali; electronica; noise research
|The Adjacent Sector (Em085) - Various Artists|
The 3rd Compilation from the Electronic Musik net label and this is a special one !! Artists include Astral Social Club, Wolf Eyes, Demons, Towering Breaker, Lanterns, Fonik, Good Noise Bad Noise, Solar Fire Trio, Graham Dunning and Noise Research and A Band. Thanks to all the artists who supported this project, its took a long time to finally get it out but at last ........ http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/ Dedicated to my Dad, musician Norman Simpson (1923 - 2008), in the sure knowledge h...
Keywords: a band; wolf eyes; demons; astral social club; neil campbell; fonik; graham dunning; noise research; solar fire trio; towering breaker; noise; avant garde; experimental; dada; electronica; free improvisation; electronic musik; stockhausen; amm; music concrete
|The Beekeeper (Em042) - Fonik|
Live recording from Fonik - December 2008 at A Black Forest Radio gig in Birmingham UK. Formed by ex - members of Psychiatric Challenge to carry on the performance and promotion of alternative, experimental forms of music and improvisation. They have releases on Electronic Musik,Casual Seizures, Earth Monkey, Classwar Karaoke & Knife in the Toaster. This is part of the Electronic Musik label free download section, click the Electronic Musik collection link for many more free recordings !
Keywords: fonik; noise; electronic musik; electronica; orb; aphex twin; soundscape; spacescape; sound art; electronics; synthesizers; moog; vcs3; korg ms-10; amm
|The Bracelet on the String - Psychiatric Challenge|
Live set from UK noise improvisers Psychiatric Challenge. Recorded at the Pyramid Arts Centre (1st Festival of Improvised Music) 10th April 2004. Daniel Weaver plays on Afternoon parts 1 - 4 Ian Simpson - Prepared Guitar Harry Gallimore - Electronics Neil Packer - Guitar / toys Lewis Gill - Guitar
Keywords: fonik; amm; improvisation; noise; electronic music; ldt; LDT; lost dark transmissions; electronica; stockhausen; music concrete; musique; soundart; sound art; noisescapes; post industrial noise art; abstract sound
|The Elements Inside Two Circles (Em154) - Black Forest Orchestra|
Black Forest Orchestra were put together to perform at the Woodland Gathering Festival in July 2011. This is their only performance so far. Wooodland Gathering was an event staged by Radio Black Forest in Fellfoot Wood, Cumbria UK. Black Forest Orchestra Shaun Blezard - electronics / laptop Glenn Boulter - bowed guitars Simon Jones - electronics / objects Ian Simpson - electronics The recording was very kindly and wonderfully made by Kevin Busby of Phantom Circuit...
Keywords: clutter; phantom circuit; glenn boulter; FON; noise club; hot hail; noise research; fonik; deep clutter; radio balck forest; fellfoot wood; cumbria; uk; noise; sound art; improvisation; electronica; bowed guitar; contact microphone; earth monkey productions; electronic musik
|The Etheric Double (Em143) - Matthew Shaw|
'The Etheric Double' by Matthew Shaw 'There are great Etheric currents constantly sweeping over surface of the earth from pole to pole in volume which makes their power as irresistible as that of the rising tide' 'The Astral Plane' C.W. Leadbeater Recorded on location at Seatown, nr Chideock and Blandford Forum, Dorset using Korg Monotron, Organ & Voice. Matthew Shaw has been recording and releasing music for the last ten years, either under his own name, as Tex la Homa, or in collaboration with...
Keywords: Nick Grey; Fougou; Brian Lavelle; The Blue Tree; Andrew Paine; Grand Feast of The Dead; Cat Lady; Michael Tanner; electronic musik; ambient; drone; noise; industrial; music concrete; musique concrete; matthew shaw; the astral plane; CW Leadbetter; experimental music; modern composition; the new music; art; art noise; soundscapes; noisescape; collage; sound collage; tex la homa; 230 Divisadero; plinth; monotron; korg; organ; voice; drones
|The Machinery of Division (Em121) - Aht-n|
A live recording of UK Kraut - Droners Aht-n. Shaun Blezard - electronics / bass Harry Gallimore - electronics Ian Simpson - electronics Recorded by Inclusive Improv, Sleepers Bar, Huddersfield in November 2010. Coverart copyright Ian Simpson 2010.
Keywords: krautrock; aht-n; faust; cluster; tangerine dream; neu; can; guru guru; fonik; noise research; clutter; bacillus; ambient; the orb; FSOL; live; improvisation; drone; sound collage; collage; music concrete; musique; kosmische; musik; electronica; electronic music
|The Moebius Trip (Em079) - Noise Club|
Noise Club - The Moebius Trip The Moebius Trip is Noise Club's first full-length album. It represents the culmination of their artistic development with a sound world that is entirely their own. The album envisages entire worlds, built through sound colour: a symphony for the modern age. In mathematics, the Moebius strip is a surface with only one side and one boudary line. It sounds impossible, yet the reality is so simple: take a strip of paper, twist it half way around and connect the two en...
Keywords: noise club; id of mobius; electronica; music concrete; avant garde; art; soundart; sound; experimental; industrial; sounds of industry; dystopia; futurist; futurism; dada; dadaist
|The Sum of Any Number of Zeros (Em075) - Christian Munthe and Martin Ohman|
Christian Munthe - guitar Martin Ohman - drums / percussion This is their first release on Electronic Musik. Recorded 27th March 2007 by Keith Talent. Cover art collage by Janet Simpson www.myspace.com/christianmunthe www.myspace.com/martinohman www.myspace.com/electronicmusiklabel
Keywords: christian munthe; martin ohman; electronic musik; free improvisation; guitar; percussion; drums; free jazz; experimental music; sounds; stockhausen; free expression; improvisation psych
|The Voice Inside (Em177) - Juan Antonio Nieto|
The Voice Inside - Juan Antonio Nieto Juan Antonio Nieto (aka Pangea) is a sound artist from Spain. His work has been by labels including Trente Oiseaux, Mandorla, Experimedia, Electronic Musik, Impulsive Habitat, Idiosyncratics and Test Tube. Pangea has collaborated with some of the most prestigious avant-garde artists of the world examples being Brazilian classical composer Leo Alves Vieira working with string quartets, the Japanese author Kenji Siratori who has voiced his compositions, Igor J...
Keywords: Juan Antonio Nieto; pangea; noise; sound art; industrial; electronica; soundscapes; noise; electronica; ambient; drifting
|Thee Moths Sought the Advice of Courage Wolf Volume Two (Em126) - Thee Moths|
Another release from EM favourites Thee Moths. 'Thee Moths Sought the Advice of Courage Wolf, Volume Two' is the second, and final, installment of the 'Courage Wolf' series, two hours of noise music recorded directly onto a dictaphone. 'Volume Two' features a Mattel U-Create, a Russian Big Muff, a Hohner bass guitar, an original (not FM3) Buddha Machine, a small hand made synth, a Squier Telecaster, and (on side two) a simple piece of generative music software...
Keywords: thee moths; birmingham; noise; dictaphone; industrial; field recording; electronica; sound art; experimental; collage; tape cut ups; music concrete; courage wolf; u-create; guitar drone; noise music; lo fi; tape hiss; big muff; self generative music; musique concrete; electro acoustic
|Thee Moths sought the advice of the Courage Wolf: Vol 1 (Em119) - Thee Moths|
Another release from EM favourites Thee Moths. The physical release of 'Thee Moths Sought the Advice of Courage Wolf: Volume 1' is a single microcassette, the same microcassette that the album was recorded onto via an old dictaphone. Analogue synths, distortion, theremin, voice, banjo-dulcimer, delay, kaoss pad, guitar, pick-up and dictaphone feedback are all buried under layers of tape hiss and mechanical distortion...
Keywords: thee moths; noise; industrail; sound art; alex botton; electronic musik; sound collage; electronic music; stockhausen; steve reich; philip glass; birmingham; uk; electronica; tape noise; tape hiss; tape collage; dystopian; synthesizers; analogue
|Third Function Surrender (Em156) - Kurt Signs and Noise Research|
Third Function Surrender is a remix / collaboration project between Jeremy Gluck (aka Kurt Signs) and Ian Simpson (aka Noise Research). It features a radial reworking of each others works plus the original works, hence 4 tracks in all. Track one is originally by Noise Research and has been extensively reworked by Kurt Signs. Track two is by Kurt Signs and was radically reworked by Noise Research Tracks three and four are the pieces in their original state...
Keywords: jeremy gluck; noise research; experimental music; remix project; sound art; free noise; film soundtracks; fonik; aht-n; music concrete; barracudas; carbon manual; canada; uk; improvisation; text based; cut ups; tape cut ups; itsu jitsu; clinical archives
|Three Chairs (Em193) - Wire Assembly|
Second release from Sheffield based, improvising guitar trio 'Wire Assembly' Recorded in June 2013 at Fuse (during Chorlton Arts Festival).Wire Assembly are: (from left to right in the stereo field) Neil Carver, John Jasnoch and Ian Simpson Thanks to Anton Hunter, Norm Skipp and Chorlton Arts Festival. Artwork - Ian Simpson (copyright 2013)
Keywords: free improvisation; free jazz; guitar trio; electric guitar; john jasnoch; ian simpson; neil carver; wire assembly; free jazz; guitar trio; guitars; electric; chorlton; fuse
|Towards Zero - Tokomac|
Live recording of the short lived improvising trio 'Tokomac' from the 2005 Futuresonic Festival in Manchester. The event was organised by the wonderful 'Burst Couch' and was #15 in their series of nights. Neil Packer - guitars / toys / electronics Harry Gallimore - electronics Ian Simpson - prepared lapsteel Artwork by Neil Packer Check out 'Tokomac Live in Liverpool' also a free download on EM - download FREE here Ian now works mainly under the name Noise Research
Keywords: fonik; tokomac; electronic musik; noise research; electroacoustic music; music concrete; musique concrete; theremin; electronica; futuresonic festival 2005; noise research; aht-n; electronica; manchester; noise; sound art; burst couch
|Trees Like Torches - Electronic Musik Compilation II (Em 002) - Various Artists|
The second compilation from the UK based diy label 'Electronic Musik'. Includes exclusive tracks by Eddie Prevost, Daniel Weaver, JM Pinto, John Kannenberg, Paul Burnell. Two tracks are remixed by LDT. http://electronicmusik.wordpress.com/
Keywords: electronic musik; fonik; noise research; eddie prevost; john kannenberg; daniel weaver; jm pinto; amm; sound collage; soundscape; music concrete; cello; ldt; lost dark transmissions; spacescape; industrial
|Tufa (Em110) - Graham Dunning|
A live performance at Electronic Organica V (Britons Protection, Manchester) using turntables, modified records, objects and electronics in May 2010. Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of people's home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken...
Keywords: soundart; graham dunning; electronics; found sound; objects; turntables; turntablism; noise; electronic organica; manchester; uk; collage; soundscape; noisescape; altered records; modified turntable; modified records; philip jech; christian marclay